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Young Woman In A Garden

Author: Delia Sherman
Publisher: Small Beer Press
ISBN: 1618730924
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A long anticipated first collection of fabulous stories with ghosts, fairies, artists, and even a merman.

The Garden Of Stories

Author: Halil İbrahim Nilüfer
Publisher: Muhammet Halil İbrahim Nilüfer
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This book is excellent collections of short stories are good and unique. Those stories for everyone, doesn't matter if you are kid or grow up man. They will appeal you for sure. Stories are simple yet powerful enough to change your life. Each stories is unique and ends with a powerful message. They are capable of teaching you values in a good entertaining way. Hope will be useful for TEOG examinations students.My son Ilyas is the source of inspiration and intuitive support me.

A Night Garden And Other Stories

Author: Brian E. Drake
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1365323471
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Literary fiction of humor and horror, poetry and mystery, science fiction and myth, exploring the limits and inner and outer space. Short-short fictions of only a few lines hint at terrible depths. The long story "The Perquisites of His Position" tells a tale of ghostly revenge. The novella "The Darkness of the Heart" relates a story of the day slavery was abolished in Haiti. The satirical "Pangloss Triumphant" tells of a happy hermaphrodite. From the revelations of the aged Don Juan to the musings of B-movie actors trapped in deteriorating celluloid, from the voice of the ancient Sphinx to the senility of a quantum particle at the very end of the physical universe, the thirty-three artfully crafted stories presented here are full of deftly drawn characters, amazing plots, psychological insights, and universal truths.

A Snow Garden And Other Stories

Author: Rachel Joyce
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473526477
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As read on Radio 4, seven linked stories set in the Christmas holidays - all as funny, joyous, poignant and memorable as Christmas should be: A Faraway Smell of Lemon: The School Term has ended. It is almost Christmas but Binny, out last-minute shopping couldn't feel less like wishing glad tidings to all men. Ducking out of the rain she finds herself in the sort of shop she would never normally visit. The Marriage Manual: Christmas Eve. Two parents endeavour to construct their son’s Christmas present from a DIY kit and in the process find themselves deconstructing their marriage. Christmas at the Airport: A glitch in the system, travellers stranded and all sorts of lives colliding in the face of a sudden birth... The Boxing Day Ball: Maureen has never been out with the local girls before. Who knew that a disco in the Village Hall could be life-changing? A Snow Garden: Two little boys, dumped with their divorced father for his share of the Christmas holidays and none of them with a clue how to enjoy it. I'll Be Home for Christmas The most famous boy in the world comes home hoping to escape the madness with a normal family Christmas. Trees: As if Christmas wasn't wearing enough, now his elderly parent is asking for a hole in the ground ... Father and son break old habits and plant a tree to mark the start of the new year.

The Winter Garden And Other Stories Box Set

Author: Hayden Thorne
Publisher: JMS Books LLC
ISBN: 1634861957
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Strange music from a legendary haunted glade can only be heard by a special boy. A grieving young man turns to the dark arts to bring his deceased lover back. A soiled and tired knight protects the innocent from the threat of a dragon. Young love blooms in a desolate garden. Familiar and original fairy tales, myths, and legends explore the complexities in a gay teen’s coming-of-age through allegory and metaphor. Rain-drenched circuses, old wives’ tales involving candles in windows, water-irises deep in a wood, lonely fairy kings, and magical Christmas parties not only present valuable lessons, but also provide an escape into worlds in which a gay teen can see himself as the amazing, resilient hero of adventures and romance. Contains the stories:Clouds' Illusions,Erl-King,Out of the Depths,The Bridge,The Dollhouse,The Haunted Glade,The Knight,The Water-Irises, andThe Winter Garden.

Evelina S Garden

Author: Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Publisher: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776670310
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One of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's most popular short stories, "Evelina's Garden" tells the tale of two cousins -- one an elderly recluse, and one a beautiful young woman -- who are drawn together by a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind garden. Young Evelina is prepared to devote her life to caring for the extraordinary oasis, but when romance intervenes, everything begins to fall apart.

The Best Short Stories Of Katherine Mansfield

Author: Katherine Mansfield
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486122638
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Acclaimed stories by the influential Modernist author include "Prelude," a reminiscence of her New Zealand girlhood, in addition to "The Garden Party," "How Pearl Button Was Kidnapped," "Bliss," and others.

Traditional Narratives Of The Arikara Indians Stories Of Alfred Morsette Interlinear Linguistic Texts

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803236912
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Until the late eighteenth century the Arikaras were one of the largest and most influential Indian groups on the northern plains. For centuries they have lived along the Missouri River, first in present South Dakota, later in what is now North Dakota. Todayøthey share the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota with the Mandans and Hidatsas. Although their postcontact history and aspects of their culture are well documented, Douglas R. Parks's monumental four-volume work Traditional Narratives of the Arikara Indians represents the first comprehensive attempt to describe and record their language and literary traditions. Volumes 1 and 2 present transcriptions of 156 oral narratives in Arikara and include literal interlinear English translations. Volumes 3 and 4 contain free English translations of those narratives, making available for the first time a broad, representative group of Arikara oral traditions that will be invaluable not only to anthropologists and folklorists but to everyone interested in American Indian life and literature. The narratives cover the entire range of traditional stories found in the historical and literary tradition of the Arikara people, who classify their stories into two categories, true stories and tales. Here are myths of ancient times, legends of power bestowed, historical narratives, and narratives of mysterious incidents that affirm the existence today of supernatural power in the world, along with tales of the trickster Coyote and stories of the risque Stuwi and various other animals. In addition, there are accounts of Arikara ritualism: prayers and descriptions of how personal names are bestowed and how the Death Feast originated.

Bodies In The Back Garden True Stories Of Brutal Murders Close To Home

Author: Cawthorne Nigel
Publisher: John Blake Publishing
ISBN: 178418179X
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For the killer, there is always the problem of getting rid of the body. Muswell Hill murderer Dennis Nilsen famously cooked the corpses of his victims in Cranley Gardens and flushed them down the lavatory, only to be caught when the sewers blocked up. But his first twelve victims were disposed of in the back garden of his previous home in Melrose Avenue. Fred and Rosemary West buried the bodies of three of their victims in the back garden of the House of Horrors at 25 Cromwell Street.Milwaukee cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer began his murderous career scattering human remains in the backyard of his parents' home in Bath, Ohio. Convicted killer Peter Tobin went back on trial after two more bodies were found in the back garden of his former home in Margate. And grisly granny Dorothea Puente murdered lodgers at her boarding house in Sacramento, California, dispatching them to the backyard while continuing to cash their Social Security cheques.This book explores these and many other cases that suggest that, whatever the motive for murder, the back garden is a convenient place to dump the corpse. The Mexican drug cartels use it. So do drug dealers in London and sex killers in France. Benjamin Laing, who killed a father and daughter to steal a ?7,000 car, went one step further, burying the bodies of his victims in the back garden of his girlfriend's house in Abbey Wood. She called the police. His crime, she decided, had come just a little bit too close to home.

The Sunlight On The Garden

Author: Francis King
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447258576
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Francis King’s range, both geographical and emotional, was always as remarkable in his short stories as in his novels. In this collection, there are stories that are poignantly valedictory, like the title one, with its unflinching examination of the relationships between a tough, self-willed elderly man and the young woman determined to exploit him. There are three chilling stories of the supernatural, ‘Now You See It’, set in Egypt, ‘The Pushchair’, set in Brighton, and ‘The Sitting Tenant’, set in contemporary London. In ‘Dreams’, an old man recollects an event—the most important of his whole life, he now realises—that took place during a school holiday in Belgium during the immediate prelude to World War Two. ‘Everyone is Nobody’ is a devastating study of bereavement. Without exception, all the stories show King’s characteristic combination of subtlety and force of emotion.